The New Jersey Assembly in a 69 to 3 vote instruct the State Board of Education to vacate the rule requiring students pass PARCC in order to graduate.
Dr. David Aderhold wrote an op/ed pointing out some troubling decisions the New Jersey Department of Education and State Board of Education have made.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie raised the stakes for PARCC on the state’s teachers while at a local middle school he explained why.
New Jersey students experienced a system error as they tried to log-in to take their PARCC assessment, and now the assessments have been delayed.
The New Jersey State Board of Education moves to eliminate PARCC opt-outs by making passing the test a requirement for graduation.
New Jersey’s Education Commissioner David Hespe is expected on Wednesday to outline a plan on how New Jersey will replace Common Core.